A little bit goes a long way!
Your support of the 2024 Annual Gift Campaign will help to build a stronger, more vibrant community. Armstrong Chapel is very appreciative of your commitment to the mission of being "a welcoming community alive in serving Christ." Every contribution helps support our mission to spread love and kindness to all.
Please consider making a commitment by clicking link below and follow the online steps or you can complete the card located around the church, and return it in the Sunday offering, mail to the office, or leave in the Atrium at the entrance door in the locked box on or before November 19.
Armstrong Chapel and its ministries are supported by
the generous contributions of our members and friends.
Each fall we provide opportunities for all to discern how God
can use each of us to impact the work of the church.
Financial gifts are appreciated at any time of the year.
These gifts allow Armstrong to offer top-notch ministries such as Vacation Bible School and small groups for adults. In addition to the various ministries we also financially support mission opportunities including...
Found House Interfaith Housing Network
IPM Food Pantry & Christmas Store
Habitat for Humanity
Parkers Kids Club
and many more...
A Recurring Commitment Gift
or just a One-Time Gift
will bring Armstrong's mission to fruition for future generations.
Grow spiritually while making a difference
Year-End Gifts to Armstrong Chapel
In late December and early January, the church will receive many contributions for several purposes including 2022 Commitments, 2023 estimates and commitments, and the Christmas Offering. In order to assist us in carrying out your intentions, please be sure that your check or envelope clearly states how you would like your contribution to be applied.
FULFILLING YOUR commitment
FOR TAX PURPOSES, you will need to deliver 2023 pledge contributions to the church by December 31 in order to claim them in 2023. The IRS requires that charitable deductions be delivered in the year in which they are claimed. The ONLY exception to this is a check that is dated, mailed, and postmarked prior to the end of the year. In that case, the postmark constitutes the delivery date. Two examples:
A check is written, mailed, and postmarked on Dec. 31, 2023. The church received the check on Jan. 2, 2024, however, this check is still deductible in 2023 since the postmark represents the delivery date.
A check is dated Dec. 31, 2023, but was put in the offering plate on Jan. 3, 2024. The IRS will allow the deduction in 2024, not in 2023 since it was delivered to the church in 2024.
FOR CHURCH PURPOSES, a donation given in 2024 can be applied to your 2023 pledge if you so designate. Please clearly indicate to which year your donations are to be credited.